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Ilse Jurriën : November 30th 2009 - 23:55 CET

DSLR camera concept


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NewsDSLR camera concept designed by a student from California : With the arrival of the new digital system cameras such as Ricoh GXR and Micro Four Thirds, we not only hoped to have compact dimensions and improved qualities, but secretly also a revolutionary new camera design. Because why hold onto a camera system that was set as a standard many decennia ago, that keeps getting improved and reintroduced by camera manufacturers? Erin Fong, Industrial Design student from the California College of the Arts, has very different ideas about that and comes up with the so-called Nova DSLR camera. Erin Fong made this camera design concept wherein mobility and flexibility seem to be central.
DSLR camera concept

DSLR camera concept for right- and left-handed photographers
The concept that came out of Erin’s brain is similar to the old Super-8 cameras that we used to capture 3 minute moments from our daily lives. The Nova DSLR camera concept has a Canon digital SLR as base, as you have to start somewhere, and offers support for the left- as well as right- handed photographers. The estimates are diverse, but taking into consideration that 13-30% of the worldwide population is left-handed, then quite a large number of photographers have a "problem" with photography.

Nova SLR camera

Nova DSLR camera operation
The Nova DSLR camera also moves some of the buttons. Bringing the control of the DSLR camera more to the front of the camera, allows for a more intuitive operation. For the time being, it is only an idea, but initiatives by designers such as Erin Fong are very interesting. We probably won’t see the traditional camera manufacturer get too excited right away, but maybe Ricoh is interested?

SLR camera
SLR camera with innovative design

DSLR camera concept
DSLR camera concept designed by Erin Fong

DSLR camera
DSLR camera for left- and right-handed photographers




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